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Believe it or not student loan debt has reached over 1 trillion dollars, which is higher than what Americans collectively owe on credit cards. If you are weighed down by student loan debt, here are a few tips on how to pay off or reduce your student loan debt fast: 1. Pick the shortest loan repayment program...

Congratulations, you’ve worked your butt off for four years and now hold that Degree you worked so hard for in your hands! Now that you’ve...

Going to college is expensive, and it’s only getting more expensive as the years go by. After you obtain your degree, the stress of paying back student loan debt can seem overwhelming, and in many cases it is. If you are sick and tired of paying the minimum on your student loan, here are a few tips that may help you eliminate student loan debt once and for all. Consolidate...

Inspired by the article in Yahoo Finance, “25 Simple Ways to Save $1000″, I started to think of some ways college students can save throughout...

Growing up leads to more responsibility, one being the management of finances, and paying bills. Yea, we all hate that word. It’s a hard concept...

College students are easily targeted for credit cards offers and loans. Companies advertise “Free Sign Up” or “Pay Nothing for 6 Months!” as schemes to get your money. These are quite appealing to a young mind, but can quickly turn into debt. On top of school, work, and all other responsibilities of a college student, debt can be overwhelming. Trust...

If you must know more about personal finances, find some tips here so you can learn more about issues that you can solve for the future. The advice in...

The average American household with one or more credit cards has roughly $16,000 in credit card debt, based a 2012 report from CNNMoney. According to...

Market reports released for Tuesday, August 28, with respect to Forex options trading painted a picture of a world suspended in mid-air, as risk traders...

Everywhere we turn there is a bank or ATM on the corner. As students, most of us seem to inherit our parent’s banks instead of searching for the...